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Congress Should Prioritize Healing, Not Hypocrisy

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May 1st, 2019

by Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD

 

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  • May is Mental Health Month and it should inspire us to think about family, community relationships, and our growing disconnectedness. It is not an invitation for Congress and other troublemakers to lose their collective minds.
  • Instead of looking for reasons to tear us apart, our congresspersons should be focusing on proposals trying to move us in a positive direction. Who cares what side of the aisle originated the ideas? Communities and their legislators must find solutions for hypodermic needles and human feces on the streets, the homeless, and drug addiction to name a few. There are 130 people a day dying from opiate overdoses with no easy answer as to the root cause. The Department of Health and Human Services formed a Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force including physicians and other professionals involved in caring for patients with pain and addiction issues. The task force concluded what most physicians already know: patient care must be individualized.
  • Save for a few rotten apples, physicians are doing their best to care for patients with complex problems. Mental Health Month offers physicians the opportunity to reaffirm that we are not automatons and patients are individuals, not data points. Congresspersons should take this month to stop squabbling and jockeying for power and explore legislation that allows physicians and patients freedom to choose their own path to a healthy life.

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May is Mental Health Month and it should inspire us to think about family, community relationships, and our growing disconnectedness. It is not an invitation for Congress and other troublemakers to lose their collective minds.

While folks of all colors and lifestyles are quietly living and working together and building relationships, the professional malcontents are looking for offense around every corner. Take the sports teams shunning Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Kate Smith for having performed some songs with racially offensive lyrics in the 1930s. One of the songs, thought to be satirical, was also sung by black actor and well-known civil rights activist, Paul Robeson. Apparently, no one looked into Smith’s motives or other aspects of her life before shrouding her statue in black. How ironic that the very teams that excluded black players are “virtue signaling” at someone else’s expense.

Will the memorials to the progressive icons Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt suffer the same fate? Historians note that Mrs. Roosevelt called black folks “darkies” and “pickaninnies.” Yet she was instrumental in having black opera singer Marian Anderson perform in an integrated setting and flew in an aircraft piloted by a Tuskegee Airman, among other things. More

Part 2: The Big Vaccine Cartel and Forced Vaccinations (and the contagiousness of the recently vaccinated)

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 By Gary G. Kohls, MD – April 10, 2019

Read Part 1 here!

 

PART 2….

“In fact, claiming that the science of vaccinology is closed can’t explain the recent mumps “epidemic” at Temple University that occurred among fully vaccinated students. The fact that the recently vaccinated can be contagious should be a caution for any mayor that irrationally mandates mass vaccinations with live virus vaccines when a few dozen measles or mumps cases show up in your community. The problem isn’t the unvaccinated; the problem is the vaccinated!”

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The Worst Corporate Sociopaths are the Legal Drug Cartels

The dictionary definition of a cartel is an “An association of manufacturers or suppliers with the purpose of maintaining prices at a high level and restricting competition.”

One example fa a cartel that should be well-known among us sheeple is the pharmaceutical cartel better known as Big Pharma. Its trade association, lobbying group and mouth piece is PhRMA, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.

Over the past decade the Big Pharma cartel has been crippling and subjugating American patients for decades, usually making people sicker and sicker and more dependent on their chemical products while simultaneously falsely advertising that their “miracle drugs” and “miracle vaccines” produce cures.

Big Pharma corporations have sent to Washington, D.C. 1,400 full-time pharmaceutical lobbyists to defend the interests of their industries. Currently they are undermining efforts to expand Medicare drug-pricing to younger Americans and they are lobbying naïve or “bought-off” law-makers and bureaucratic rule-makers to expand the already over-loaded vaccination schedules.

But nefarious corporate-controlled groups that have managed to achieve control over the healthcare purse-strings and rule-making are not interested in the truth. The corporate “gravy train” is moving ahead too smoothly and rapidly to risk derailment.

Instead the cartels falsely claim that the science of vaccinology is settled. (Which view is intentionally blind to the thousands of censored-out truths that have already refuted the conventional wisdom that falsely claims that vaccines are 100 % safe and 100% effective. More

Part 1: The Big Vaccine Cartel and its Wholly-owned Subsidiaries at the CDC, the FDA, the NIH, the AAP and the AMA. They are NOT your Friends

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Duty to Warn

(Below is a tiny portion of the many very good reasons why legal drug cartels should never have been trusted in the past and why they should never be trusted again)

By Gary G. Kohls, MD – April 10, 2019

PART 1….

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In some of the many Duty to Warn columns that I have written over the years about the domination that for-profit corporations have acquired over healthcare delivery in America, I have especially tried to warn readers (especially parents of vulnerable infants and children) about the many hidden dangers from the thousands of drugs and vaccines that are mass-produced by the hundreds of multinational drug and vaccine manufacturers across the world. Every single one of those corporations has unethically hidden those dangers via their ever-present propaganda efforts.

For profit corporations don’t pledge the Hippocratic Oath like physicians and nurses used to do. And the only “ethical” duty of corporations is a fiduciary one. Their only “ethical” responsibility is to their shareholders; and that means “to make as large a profit as possible” so that those shareholders will benefit from dividend distribution or share price escalation.

Large for-profit corporations meet the definition of sociopathic entities, which means they have no real interest in the well-being of the public or the environment – unless there are some long-term benefits for the corporation in pretending to be a good citizen or a protector of the environment.

Multinational corporations, no matter what there are the products that they manufacture or market, are largely cold-hearted, conniving, money-hungry entities. Most of us see through their advertising propaganda and attractive logos, sports sponsorships, and their smiley-faced spokespersons who are regularly given space to spout their propaganda during the nightly news reports. More

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SOTU 2019 and American Medicine

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February 12th, 2019

SOTU 2019 and American Medicine

by: Jane M. Orient, M.D.

While President Trump called for unity and cooperation in his 2019 State of the Union address, the views of the audience showed a sharp and bitter divide, especially on issues affecting the health and medical care of Americans. Most striking was the solid bloc of Democrat “suffragettes” clad in white like Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

When the President congratulated women for their increased representation in Congress, this bloc rose to its feet to applaud uproariously, as if the home team had scored the winning touchdown in the high-school championship game.

Otherwise, the women mostly sat sullenly with arms crossed, or even displayed overt and in-your-face derision. They sat, as did Speaker Pelosi, while Sen. Bernie Sanders scowled eloquently, during the standing ovation for the President’s promise that America would never become a socialist country. The President had just observed that Venezuela, once the richest country in South America, had become a pit of abject poverty and despair under socialist rule. No sign of compassion have Democratic Socialists shown for women rooting through trash seeking food for their children, and no trace of concern about the refugees fleeing into Colombia and other neighboring countries.

These congresswomen in white are blind to the White Ladies of Havana, Cuba, who march in silence every Sunday after church to protest the communist regime on behalf of their fathers, brothers, and sons who were jailed and tortured by the Castro brothers’ totalitarian regime for their anti-communist beliefs. A naturalized American citizen (a legal immigrant) who grew up in Communist Romania, Ileana Johnson, is dismayed that Americans have elected socialists to rule over our lives. Bernie Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez’s mentor, has praised Fidel Castro for educating and bringing healthcare to Cuban children, and “totally transforming” society. More

Big Pharma Controls Congress

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By Dr. John Reizer

If you want to absolutely control the outcome of a sports event, you have to control all the players involved on both teams as well as the referees officiating the contest. You leave nothing to chance. You buy off everyone and everything that could possibly prevent you from achieving the results you’re looking for.

This scenario is what’s been happening for years with regards to healthcare in the United States. Big pharmaceutical companies have secured financial control over the media, lawmakers, Congress and everyone else in the game.

If you are naive enough to believe that healthcare regulating agencies are looking out for the public’s best interests, think again. They’ve been bought and paid for by the pharmaceutical industry. They’re in complete control of everything and there’s not much that anyone can possibly do to reverse the situation except possibly to educate yourself about health and the logic of human physiology. It’s a daunting task, but your life and the lives of your children depend on your efforts. Good luck!

What The Election Means To Your Medical Care

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October 16th, 2018              For Immediate Release!

Contributor & author: Jane M. Orient, M.D., Executive Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

Interview – Contact Dr. Orient directly at (520) 323-3110

Preview: People are marching with “Health Care Voter” signs, and this is generally believed to be one of the most important issues in the 2018 midterm elections. Republicans who got elected on the promise to repeal ObamaCare, and reneged, may now get unelected. Voters who supported them are dissatisfied, and Democrats demand still more government involvement in medicine.

On Twitter, #HealthCareVoter posts warned that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court would “rip health care away from people with pre-existing conditions.” This illustrates several profound misunderstandings.

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by: Jane M. Orient, M.D.

People are marching with “Health Care Voter” signs, and this is generally believed to be one of the most important issues in the 2018 midterm elections. Republicans who got elected on the promise to repeal ObamaCare, and reneged, may now get unelected. Voters who supported them are dissatisfied, and Democrats demand still more government involvement in medicine.

On Twitter, #HealthCareVoter posts warned that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court would “rip health care away from people with pre-existing conditions.” This illustrates several profound misunderstandings.

By “health care,” most seem to mean health “insurance”—usually a prepaid health plan, which is not at all the same as medical care. The Supreme Court already decided that it is unconstitutional under the Commerce Clause to force people to buy a commercial product. Remember stare decisis? Would it be ok to overturn the ACA decision, just not Roe v. Wade? More

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